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of writing a new contract with america, and amid new worries about iran's nuclear ambitions we willle ask the sunday group if tough sanctions can prevent the rogue nation from making the buy. all right now on "fox news sunday." hello again from x news in washington and happy easter. tens of thousands of the faithful gathered at the vatican for easter services despite a light rain and new allegations the catholic church covered up charges of sex abuse by the clergy. pope benedict made no mention of the scandal in the easter message but one cardinal praised him as a leader and dismissed the allegations as petty gossip. >>> on capitol hill next in the long wattle over healthcare reform. joining us are two senate leaders. from phoenix, jon kyl, the number two republican. and from philadelphia, democrat arlen specter. the unemployment numbers from march came out on friday and present a mixed picture i think it is fair to say. 162,000 jobs were created, the most in three years but unemployment stayed at 9.7%. senator kyl, will republicans support more economic stimulus such as more aid to state
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bless america >> the tea party expression chose today, tax day, to rally on the national mall. people came from all over the country for the event. most say they're politically conservative and don't like big government, higher taxes or government takeover of the economy. >> i never thought that i would live to see something like this happen to the united states of america. socialism for us as imports, been there, done that, migrated and now it's happening here. >> i would like for g. to go back to what they are supposed to do. protect our country and secure our borders. >> there were similar tea party rallies in several cities. today's protest -- [ inaudible ] >>> president obama is unveiling a brand new plan to overhaul nasa. he's canceling current programs and laying out new goals. today at the kennedy space center he predicted the nation would have new spacecraft designed for long space journeys by 2025. he also believes nasa can send humans to orbit mars by the 2030s but some former astronauts are criticizing the president's move. >> reporter: standing near the launch pads of the
the technology in america's arsenal. >> reporter: on the front lines of war many have hailed the uav as a white knight for troops in the trenches. >> it takess the risk out -- takes the risk out, getting a damage assessment on target. >> reporter: they act as souped up remote controlled airplanes, all while pilots fly them safely from the ground. many of the drones currently patrolling the skies of iraq and afghanistan like the reburr and predator, weigh thousands of pounds, cost millions of dollars and burn fuel. now, imagine having the same tool, yet in a backpack. >> when we got the word that the small ones were coming out, we're pretty excited. now they are organic to the unit. we have control of them. we request the airspace. >> reporter: newer drones weigh about four pounds, reachal tilteds of -- reach altitudes of 15000 feet and run on batteries. >> the more ways the military can figure out to keep a soldier safe by using technology they are gonna do it and uavs are part of that. >> reporter: they cruise along at 60 miles and it looks like a
in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. >> chris: joining us now one of the more controversial figures in politics these days, but a favorite among tea party conservatives. minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann who comes to us from saint paul. congressmanwoman, welcome to "fox news sunday." >> thank you, chris wallace. thank you so much. >> chris: back in the 2008 campaign you famously said that barack obama may have anti-american views and then you quickly expressed regret for those comments, but the other day, you took back your apology. i want to put it up on the screen. you said -- congresswoman, why the switch? and do you really believe the president of the united states has anti-american views? >> well
will come through this. this is a strong nation, strong democracy and strong friend to america. we pause and join them in this grief. >> russian investigators say the pilot had been warned that it was too foggy to land but made the attempt anyway. the crash killed 96 people on board. >>> the mourning isn't limited to poland itself. in our area a church was packed with people who wanted to be part of a memorial to the victims. particularly the pole issue president. fox 5's roz plater was at the service. she joins us live in the news room. >> reporter: the pole issue community in our area held a memorial mass. this is a small tight-knit group who told us it was important to mourn together. high noon, polish americans from across the d.c. area make their way to our lady queen of poland parish in silver string. they packed the pews of the tiny church, lined the walls and aisles and stood in the parking lot. they come to pay respects, share their grief and take part in a memorial mass. >> it's a terrible tragedy for the entire polish nation worldwide. and it's a severe blow. and i feel very s
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. portugal is next. how would you like to be the united states of america when china pulls the tin cup and says we don't want t-bills, we want money? that's where we are. it's serious business. >> chris: all right, senator, your deadline for coming up with a proposal for the president and congress is december 1. which coincidently is after the election. is that a cop-out? are you, in effect, giving politicians a pass on having to say what they think about this? and preventing voters from being able to say in the election what they think about these ideas? >> as erskine and i are involved in a project, screw the american people, fool them, fake them out. i mean what is this about? december 1 has to be after the election. one of the congressmen wanted it october 1. what a c.y.a. that is! do it october 1 so then pick a part to get you re-elected. so we're going to come up -- i hope we can come up with legislative language. what do you think of that? options, legislative language. what is a cop-out about reporting on december 1 to the most important thing that effects everyone american for
, president obama stressed that america will still have adventures in space even though he is retiring the current fleet and canceling the program to send astronauts to the moon. >> i am 100% committed to the future of nasa. >> reporter: the president wants to refocus its mission on research and development. he plans to extend the life of the space station for five years but rely on russia and private companies to get there. >> he will reach space faster and more often under this new plan. >> reporter: former astronaut buzz aldrin flew to florida with the president. >> it is one small step for man. >> reporter: other astronauts including neil armstrong say the president will drain nasa's talent an end america's supremacy in space. >> without a challenging goal, all of the young people that would ordinarily go into science and engineering to get involved with this personally will go elsewhere. >> you won't build a manned or aircraft, you have all the simulators, the training, it doesn't make sense to me. >> jennifer davis, fox news. >>> good morning to you. it is april 16th. there is a
. and today, we know it's small businesses that can create the jobs america needs. that's why at&t is investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. making them faster, smarter, and more secure. connecting small businesses to markets across the country, and around the world. we invest now, because we know it will pay off... with new jobs, new growth, from a new generation, putting their belief in the future on the line. now is the time for investment and innovation. the future is waiting. and the future has always the future is waiting. and the future has always been our business. at&t. >>> the fairfax county board of supervisors approved their budget. it also includes a tax increase. and the vehicle license registration fee is coming back of $33. >>> ted leonsis on the verge of becoming one of the powerful sports owner. now the abe pollin family has reached an agreement to sell him the family share of the washington wizards and the verizon center. insiders say it could be official within a week. the leonsis group said they could not comment until th
colombia south america she brought the warm weather with her. not the dog days of summer yet b perfect for hanging out and enjoying the scene. >> the weather. we just came through from the northeast to be down here today. you had a winter and a half. so did we. this is a fantastic break from a really nasty winter. >> it is more crowded than what we have seen in the past. it is the combination of easter weekend and the weather is gorgeous and we had that snow all winter. >> reporter: the blossoms were the perfect backdrop for digital memories. >> i like to take pictures and it is a importantful event. >> it is just really pretty and pink is my favorite color. >> reporter: jen and her daughter live in maryland but she says ys that it takes her back to her days in china. >> we have white lake. it really looks like sand. really love it. >> reporter: and so do countless others. soaking in the scene, capturing a perfect moment. >> it is fantastic and very, very beautiful. >>> those cherry blossom festival runs through april 11th. and the peak time for
the planet. there are over 1.1 million living with hiv and aids in america that we know about and, unfortunately, the infection rate is going up to nearly 60,000 a year, which is a big increase. so it's not getting any better here. it's getting worse. we need to do something about it. >> can what can we do tonight? >> first -- thank you. we need to -- you need to get tested. you need -- everyone needs to get tested to find out if they're hiv positive or they're not. [applause] there shouldn't be a stigma about finding out. hiv is not a life-threatening disease anymore. you can be helped when you have hiv. don't be afraid to go and get tested. and if you need any information, you know, responsibility, you can e-mail the ejaf.org. if you do that, we can help you. but be responsible. we're condoms. be tested. and, you know, help yourself and other people. [cheers and applause] >> thank you so much for coming out here tonight. we are honored to have you here singing "your song." elton john. >> thank you. ♪ ♪ it's a little bit funny ♪ this feelin' inside ♪ i'm not one of those
something like this happen in the united states of america. socialism, you know, for us as imports, been there, done that, migrated and now it's happening here. >> reporter: their rallying cry is at old american standards symbolizing independence and freedom. don't tread on me. >> i think this country is really in danger and people like us, we are not extremists. we are ordinary people who fear for this country, who love this country. >> reporter: who are opposed to big government and higher taxes. >> i would like for government to go back to what they are supposed to do. protect our country and secure all borders. >> reporter: they've come from across the country to be here. >> i'm from florida. i actually came here from florida. my brother is from california. he flew in from california. >> reporter: jackie aware that some in this country consider them to be crazy people. >> i get mad when i hear that kind of talk but look around. these are average people. >> reporter: entertained by a series of speech makers and musicians. what washington's day-long tea party lacks is star power. no bi
america -- hendrix is now america's most beautiful woman. it was a poll of 10,000 women that decided she was number one.  ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> the stek blog gizmoto claims this is the iphone 4g which is supposed to hit stores later this year. it was at a bar near apple's headquarters in california. some of the features a front facing video camera for chat, a rear facing camera plus a flash and larger better. they think it's the real deal after inspecting it and taking it apart. ap willing of course is not commenting. >>> a bizarre story in minnesota. a laptop plummeted from the sky nearly missing a boy on the ground. the computer was resting on a medical helicopter's skids. the boy wasn't hit but the 10- year-old got a surprise when it came smashing down. >> i heard the helicopter going by. it was pretty low and then they made like a turn and when that happened, it fell to the ground. >> turns out they were just stealing his wi-fi. that's not true. i made that up. the boy's aunt says the hospital sent over some very apologetic emts and the faa is investigating. >>>
. [ phew! ] delicious dunkin' donuts coffee. pick some up to brew at home. mmm! america runs on dunkin'. now available -- new dunkin' turbo. visit dunkinathome.com for a free sample. >>> the washington capitals beat the montreal canadiens last night to take a commanding lead in the series. >>> to baseball now and the washington nationals have a winning record. they beat the colorado rockies last night 6-4. the nats improve to 8-7 on the season. the nfl draft is tonight. the redskins hold just one pick in the first three rounds. that pick is expected to be announced by the commissioner about 8:00 tonight. and then the waiting game begins until the skins' next selection which doesn't happen until the fourth round. this is all new territory for head coach mike shanahan. >> i think if you look at my past, i love draft choices so this is a little bit unusual for me going in without a third or sixth rounder and making a decision to acquire someone like donovan. that doesn't -- in the past, i haven't done that very many times. every once in a while, you will throw a draft choice here or there
their son floating away in a balloon. it captivated america. they agreed to may $3,600 in restitution. >>> bill filling up your gas tank could cost you more. ♪ ¿por que no probamos esto? ♪ old el paso. a special blend of seasoning... for especially delicious tacos. feed your fiesta! kids are hungry after school. that's why i always have totino's pizza rolls. big pizza taste. in a bite size roll. kids can't resist their delicious pizza flavor. totino's pizza rolls. the pizza way to snack. >>> a consumer alert for you this morning. drivers in the district could pay more for gas to help metro. a bill would tack on a 10-cent per gallon gas tax. the tax would be effective when other jurisdictions in maryland and virginia have similar legislation. >>> from a deadly crash to detailments. metro has been riddled with problems and cause for change. today, lawmakers are focusing on the system. today, a group is holding a forum on safety. they want to strengthen the tristate oversight committee and for more say on how board members are chosen. >> we feel that changes must be made. we need to
has the most famous address in america and has to be in touch with what life is like in every corner of the country. but the first lady michelle obama does live here in washington and is keeping close tabs in our community. and i talked with her about everything from concerns about crime and quality education to how she's adjusting to living here in the nation's capital. >> so you've been living in washington for more than a year. do you consider yourself a washingtonian yet? >> it feels like home. i don't want to be presumptuous, and i figure i should put in more time but this is home without a doubt. >> anybody who does live here does know there is a wash that is working class and poor and struggling right now. do you try to stay in touch with all parts of the city. >> it's been important. ever since we came here, when we talk about the white house being the people's house. it's the people everywhere. it's not just the people who have access and can get the tour, but it's young kids who live in southeast and northeast and places around this area that have never set foot anywhere ne
's small businesses that can create the jobs america needs. that's why at&t is investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. making them faster, smarter, and more secure. connecting small businesses to markets across the country, and around the world. we invest now, because we know it will pay off... with new jobs, new growth, from a new generation, putting their belief in the future on the line. now is the time for investment and innovation. the future is waiting. and the future has always the future is waiting. and the future has always been our business. at&t. >>> tiger's come back wasn't quite enough to clinch the most prestigiousut he did make headlines from beginning to end. dave feldman joins us now with how tiger did. we know he didn't win but quite a story. >> reporter: still did pretty well. he had been off for five months. hadn't played a competitive round in five months. >> that's true. >> reporter: that's a long lay off in golf. when you ask people knowledgeable sports people what they expected from tiger woods this week at augusta you g
. >> domestic terrorism is what we have to worry about. at the mall of america, in the subway system or at long beach harbor. >> reporter: this news comes after the arrests in pakistan. zazi confessed that they travel l to pack tan in -- traveled to pakistan in 2008. they were recruited by al-qaeda in manhattan. kt mcfarlands said it is a perfect example of why the patriot act needs to be renewed. >> because at the end of the day, you're not going to prevent something when the guy has got the backpack walking into the mall. the only time is to prevent it from happening and that means intelligence and working with domestic groups and finding out where the terrorists are. >> reporter: the attack was supposed to take place on the anniversary of 9-11 last year, but zazi became aware that the fbi and nypd were on to him. in new york, david lee miller, fox news. >>> human error may be to blame for the crash that killed poland's president and others. it went down saturday in western russia. everyone on board was killed. the pilot had been warned about the bad weather and was even advised to land somew
. >> the people of my home state know these risks better than anyone. we also know that america needs 21 million gallons of oil a senp additional offshore oil exploration. >> doug luzader, thank you, doug. >>> our other big story. he struggled with police and minutes later he was dead. this happened this morning in arlington, at an apartment complex on columbia pike. officers tasered a man. >> good morning, tony. good morning, allison. we're learning more details about what happened inside that apartment. police say that the man who was tasered didn't live here, but was visiting families. he called police for help and couldn't have known heads end up dead. >> reporter: it started as a psychiatric emergency call and ended up with a man's death. officers responded around 12:40 in the morning at the wildwood park apartments. arlington county police say the man refused to comply with their command. there was a struggle inside the apartment and that's when the officer used its taser. >> they found an uncooperative male. officers were forced to deploy a taser to bring him under control. >> reporter: p
the jobs america needs. that's why at&t is investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. making them faster, smarter, and more secure. connecting small businesses to markets across the country, and around the world. we invest now, because we know it will pay off... with new jobs, new growth, from a new generation, putting their belief in the future on the line. now is the time for investment and innovation. the future is waiting. and the future has always the future is waiting. and the future has always been our business. at&t. i stand before you today... to apologize. the system has failed you. i have failed you. i have failed to help you share your talent with the world when the world needs talent more than ever. yet, it's being wasted every day... by an educational system steeped in tradition and old ideas. well, it's time for a new tradition. it's time to realize talent isn't just in schools like this one, it's everywhere. it's time to use technology to rewrite the rules of education, to learn how you learn so we can teach you better. it's time
democrats in the november mid terms, whether or not they get it true. >> a lot of people in america irritated over that issue. and your second guest is in charge of recruiting g.o.p. candidates for the upcoming mid term election and the republican party think they have a good chance of taking over seats but a lot of time will have passed between health care reform and these elections. >> that's right. and some people are suggesting that the g.o.p. may have had peaked too early with scott brown in masshusetts in january but all of the signs are that republicans will have a good night on election night. you may not have heard about this guy but stick around to see him. his name is kevin mccarthy from california. he's not only in charge of recruiting candidates and they have a good year because it looks like a good election, he's also this charge of writing this year's version of the contract with america. that was the 1994 document that newt gingrich put together that helped the republicans take back control of the house for the first time in 40 years. kevin mccarty is writing this ye
idol hopeful is getting ready to go home. she received the fewest of america's votes on tuesday night and she joins us live to talk about her idol experience. good morning, nice to talk to you. >> good morning. >> you were a judge's favorite week after week. what was the whole experience like if it's not too big of a question to ask this early. >> it was amazing, and i'm grateful to be a part of it and i've learned so much about myself as a performer and a person. and so it's been incredible. >> and we learned a lot about you. especially your love of family. and we saw the closeness of your parents there as well. it seemed to mean a lot. did it help motivate you through the tough times on show? >> yeah, the support that i received from my family and friends back home was something that got me through every week. i couldn't have possibly done it without them. and without knowing how important it was for them to see that i was able to do thi and work hard enough to get this far. >> i'm sure you are an inspiration to them as they are to you. let's talk about shania twain night. the criti
 >>> god bless america. >> this scene at d.c.'s freedom plaza played out in hundreds of communities. the tea party rally protested the obama administering and what the groups consider our government too big and spending too much. >> i never thought that i would live to see something like this happen to the united states of america. coblism, for us, been there, done that, migrated and now it is happening here. >> i would like for government to go back to doing what they are supposed to do, protect our country and secure our borders. >> a similar tea party rally was held at the washington monument and the movement's organizers health a news conference earlier in the day to talk about political candidates they plan to support and oppose in the mid-term elects in november. president obama was a personal target of a lot of the tea party protesters but the president says she should be thanking him. >> since today happens to be tax day, i should just point out that one-third of the recovery act went to tax cuts. >> mr. obama says congress passed 25 different tax cuts last year but many of
it. >>> it's took a couple of tries and a rare flyover of america's heartland but space shuttle discovery is back home. the seven astronaut crew touched down at the kennedy space center. the 15 day, $6 million journey to the international space station was discovery's next on last flight. >>> well they had a little bit of rain to deal with and i understand we're going to have our share of rain coming in soon here. >> seem it's arrives just in time for the weekend. >> shucks, the rain comes in. it's going to be here tomorrow and then it -- jumping ahead we have showers on the weekend forecast. let's wait and see what is going on out there. in terms of half is going on right now you can see we have clouds moving. we started with a lot of sunshine but late this afternoon and this evening some clouds arrive. you can see it easily on satellite. they will stay with us now right on through the evening hours into the overnight and we're tracking the rain. it's down to the southwest. it has moved anthony western sections of north carolina, extreme southwestern sections of west virginia
're in new york city or at the mall of america or long beach harbor, this is something that can affect americans all over the country. >> reporter: the news comes after the arrest of a fourth suspect in pakistan. zazi confessed that he and two other suspects traveled to pack stan in 2008 to fight with the taliban. they were recruited by al-qaeda for the suicide mission in manhattan. national analyst k t mcfarland says the zazi case is a perfect example of why the patriot act needs to be renewed to keep our intelligence gathering capabilities on track. >> because at the end of the day you're not going to prevent something when the guy has the backpack on and he's walking into the mall. at that point means intelligence and working with domestic groups and that means finding out where the terrorists are. >> reporter: the attack was supposed to take place on the anniversary of 9/11 last year. zazi claimed in court his mission was aborted when he became aware that the fbi it and nypd why on to him. in new york, david lee miller, fox news. >>> we are also learning more about the fbi's raid o
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in america, 90,000 people die from hospital-borne infections. doctors at the university of florida saw the problem and came up with this solution. >> it would have the most benefit to patients and health workers and the united states of america because this is a 40 to 50 billion-dollar a year problem. >> reporter: a wall unit sends a wireless until that tracks every doctor or nurse that walks into a patient's rooms and keeps records of who washed their hands and who didn't. already, hospitals across country are asking about this pilot program. eventually, every employee here at the university of florida health science center will be required to wear a high green electronic badge if they have direct or even indirect contact with a patient. >>> finally, this half hour, a huge piece of sports history is now just that, history. in just a matter of seconds, the 39-year-old texas stadium was reduced to a pile of rubble. the implosion of the stadium capping off decades of memories. richard ray has more. >> reporter: fireworks one last time over texas stadium. part a pre-dawn tailgate party th
year since the president signed the edward m. kennedy serve america act. senator kennedy's widow talked about her husband's commitment to service. >> as teddy said on that beautiful april day a year ago, this bill was forged and vamped by all who serve, all the americans who give something back for a day or a week or a year or a lifetime. >> the event is aimed at discussing the progress that's been made through kennedy serve america act. >>> coming up next on the news edge, a maryland couple caught in the middle of a police standoff. how a murder suspect ended up in their basement. >>> plus, caught on camera. a dramatic scene in a popular d.c. bar. we'll show you how it all went down. >>> caps and came canadiens gave four. it doesn't get any better than this. enjoy it now because this series will be over real soon. alex ovechkin did something for the caps they hadn't done in 15 previous tries. what that was and what the highlights are as we head north to the border coming up on the news edge at 11:00.  >> ever send something online you would like to take back? you might be s
create the jobs america needs. that's why at&t is investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. making them faster, smarter, and more secure. connecting small businesses to markets across the country, and around the world. we invest now, because we know it will pay off... with new jobs, new growth, from a new generation, putting their belief in the future on the line. now is the time for investment and innovation. the future is waiting. and the future has always the future is waiting. and the future has always been our business. at&t. >>> bristol palin taking the stand to testify against former college student accused of hacking into her mother's private e-mail. she said her personal cell phone was posted online and she got hundreds of calls and text messages. david cornell got the phone number from her mother's e-mail and sarah palin is expected to testify as well. >>> scientists are getting a new look at the sun. kind of scary. nasa launched it's solar dynamics observatory or sdo. it is now returning never- before seen images of close-ups of activities.
. >> the president also calling for a big expansion of off shore drilling to make america less dependent on foreign oil and virginia will be the first stateligible for off shore drilling. bob mcdonnell said that decision is a positive step in energy exploration. >> a year ago, when i was just a candidate for governor, i talked about a vision of having virginia be the energy capital of the east coast and it would take a comprehensive approach to energy development. >> a number of environmental groups are opposed to more oil platforms off the coast. >>> a lot of people calling today census day. it's the deadline for sending in your census forms. >> the federal government is spending billions of dollars to make sure you respond. doug luzader has more now from capitol hill. >> reporter: we've already seen an advertising blitz to get people to respond to the census. the next step after today for census workers is to go door to door. >> my name is elizabeth from the u.s. census bureau. >> reporter: this is what it comes to now. the most expensive way to count the nation's population. sending people from
to boycott it, they can boycott it. it's america still. >> reporter: either way, the nation's capitol and the grand canyon state are headed to a grand conflict over immigration. so, we contacted the office of arizona's u.s. senators, republican jon kyl and john mccain. both are on record of supporting the law however neither one of them had any reaction of this possible boycott by the government from the nation's capitol. >>> a candidate for the governor of alabama is not mincing words. >> this is alabama. we speak english. if you want to live here, learn it. >> republican tim james is referring to the state's driver's license exam. it's offered in 12 different languages. he said offering it in english would save money. but a minority interest group says it would cost the state because it would make it tougher to attract international business. >>> the winds are whipping up. this videotape tells the tale. an air vent swaying in the wind crashed to the ground. fox 5 robbie chaf vedz is live -- chavez is live with the latest. >> reporter: we have the video to show you. office workers he
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. and i said oh, my gosh. so we sit down at the dining room table. i get bank of america on the phone right away. they verify for us that we are not the delinquent, we're not in any form in foreclosure, no dates of sale have been done but they didn't say it was a mistake. >> well, bank of america now admits to that mistake and is working to fix it. >>> airline fees keep climbing higher and higher. spirit airlines revealed it's going to charge now a carry-on bag. we look at what you can do to fight the fees. >> reporter: charging for carry- on luggage? it's happening. >> i think it's outrageous. i think airline passengers ought to use the power of their purse and refuse to fly airlines that charge those fees. >> reporter: those fees include that new one from spirit airlines. it has you paying extra for carry-ons. >> if you pay online before you get to the airport, it will cost you $30 for your carry-on bag but if you wait till you get to the gate, it will cost you $45. >> what the airlines are trying to do is keep the fare as low as possible but it's deceptive and they're unbundling th
. i said, oh, my gosh. we sat down at the dining room table and got bank of america on the phone right away. they verified for us we're not delinquent, we're not in any form in foreclosure, no dates of sale has been done. but they didn't say it was a mistake. >> reporter: their mortgage statement shows their monthly payments have been paid on time. >> they sold my house overnight, you know. they need to fix this fast. >> reporter: when i called bank of america, they told me, quote, it appears that a mistake has been made in this case. they go on to say, we are working diligently to research and rectify the situation as quickly as possible. we apologize to the family for this unfortunate mistake. the couple is now relieved but they'll feel better when the official paperwork is back in their hands. >> thank god it's a nice person that bought our house otherwise he probably would have put us out. >> the couple planned to go out of town when the house was sold. the man who bought the house says he usually goes right in and changes the locks. >>> his constituents elected him mayor of their
as drinking why would you do that? >> reporter: every day all over america people are texting and driving, even in the 23 states and district of columbia that have bans on it. a new study finds 82% of driving teens use their cell phones when they get behind the wheel. and a lot of them are texting. and they do it because they don't think anything will happen to them. >> they all believe that they can text and drive, and you can't. you can't do it safely. you just simply can't. >> reporter: hard to tell that to kids who think they can defy the odds. youngsters involved with the national organizations for youth safety say they're willing to commit to changing the culture. they signed up for the thumbs up allstate insurance, x the text pledge. >> i don't. >> ever, ever? >> no. >> never, never? >> never. >> because? >> it's not safe. if you are texting your eyes aren't on the road and you're not paying attention. >> my advice is this. when you get in your car, buckle up, and put your cell phone in the glove compartment. >> reporter: the transportation secretary says it's about common sense an
.  >>> a health scare for miss america. the heat was too much and she was unable to sing the national anthem at talladega national speedway. she was taken to the care center, evaluated and released. she is feeling better. >>> a big weekend in sports. redskins deny a trade rumor and a the caps get ready for a crucial game north of the border. >> reporter: it's a scary story because i know nascar drivers have to drink while they're driving because they should -- i shouldn't say that. drinking water and gatorade because they do get dehydrated. we'll start with the capitals. coach bruce boudreau has cooled off following the game 5 loss to the canadiens. they will get another chance to clinch the series with a win on the road. they hit the ice this morning before boareding a plane to montreal. they have out scored the canadiens 11-4 in 2 games. in order to clinch tomorrow night they have to get off to a good start. >> it's not easy in the playoffs and teams battle for everything they got. and for whatever reason we didn't come out strong in the first period. and we need it to be better. but, you
it's small businesses that can create the jobs america needs. that's why at&t is investing billions to upgrade and build out our wired and wireless networks. making them faster, smarter, and more secure. connecting small businesses to markets across the country, and around the world. we invest now, because we know it will pay off... with new jobs, new growth, from a new generation, putting their belief in the future on the line. now is the time for investment and innovation. the future is waiting. and the future has always the future is waiting. and the future has always been our business. at&t. >>> we're joined this morning as we are every thursday by d.c. mayor adrian fenty. >> thanks for being here. >> want to talk first about the late great dr. dorothy height. i know you were at one of the services yesterday and today is her formal ceremony and she'll be laid to rest. just your reflections on this great woman who happened to live right here in the district. >> well, you know, she's one of the pioneers of the civil rights movement. she not only was effective in helping to strike
gold medal by president george w. bush. she was a shining example of the best in america. >> reporter: and she had a lifelong fascination with hats. she liked them big, she liked them flashy. she wore them everywhere, including the black family reunion celebration she established on the mall. >> she was a fighter, a warrior and she always had this warm smile. i loved her hats. i loved the way she dressed. >> reporter: they were her signature and all they are buddies in the movement were amused by them and have fun stories connected to them. >> i could never forget dorothy with those hats, and the fact that in our lighter moments we learned she could sing and dance. >> reporter: and this is where dr. height usually got her hat. custom made by hat maker vanilla bean. >> she liked purples and blues and pinks. >> reporter: they became fast friends decades ago. it was definitely more than a business relationship when bean turned 90 last september, dorothy height was at the party front and center. >>> president obama expressed condolences for dorothy height's family. she called her the godm
and driefnging. >> reporter: every day all over america, people are texting and driving even in the 23 states an the district of columbia that have bans on t a new study finds that 8% of driving teens use their cell phones when they get behind the wheel and a lot of them are texting. and they do it because they don't think anything will happen to them. >> they all believe that they can text and drive and you can't. you can't do it safely. you just simply can't. >> reporter: hard to tell that to kids who think they can defy the odds. youngsters involved with the national organization for youth safety say they are willing to commit to changing the culture. they signed up for the thumbs up all state insurance x the text pledge. >> i don't. >> ever never? >> never. >> because? >> it is not safe. if you are texting, your eyes aren't on the road. >> my advice is this. when you get in your car, buckle up and put your cell phone in the glove compartment. >> reporter: the transportation secretary says it is about common sense and responsibility. young supporters prom toys help fellow teens break bad h
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